Hiking Highlight (Segment)
"... The Burgholzbach is a 3.335 kilometer long tributary of the Wupper in the Burgholz state forest in the Wuppertal district of Cronenberg. An earlier name is Diepenbach.
With its deep valley, the Burgholzbach shapes the core area of the Burgholz. It rises at 284 m above sea level. NN near the Neuenhof outdoor pool in the Cronenberg district of Küllenhahn, flows westward past the Burggrafenberg and flows after 3.335 km at 120 m above sea level. NN in the Wupper.
At the Burgholzbach there are reservoirs that held water to power hammer mills and grinding docks from the early industrial era. ... "
November 23, 2020
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